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propter praep. with acc.

1 propter, near, hard by, next to, close to : hic propter hunc adsiste, T.: qui propter <*>e sedit: insulae propter Siciliam. —Fig., on account of, by reason of, for the sake of, through, in view of, from, for, because of : is non tam propter Verrem laborat, quam quod, etc.: propter socios: di numquam propter me de caelo descendent, L.: parere legibus propter metum: propter frigora frumenta matura non erant, Cs.: propter loci naturam, S.: cubilia propter Pugnabant, H.Through, by means of, on account of : propter tuam Matrem habere hanc uxorem, T.: propter quos vivit, to whom he owes life : quem propter urbs incensa non est: Quam propter perferre labores, V.

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